MercerMe Community Calendar:
Events happening in and around Hopewell Valley
SAVE THE SOURLANDS SOLO FEST is a musical and educational celebration of the beauty and importance of New Jersey’s Sourland Mountain region, a vital 90-square mile natural area facing an invasive insect that will kill 1 million ash trees. New Jersey musicians entertain us amid stunning landscapes, as naturalists explain the importance of the Sourlands […]
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Quakers were among the earliest settlers in North America, particularly in New Jersey. Quakers were amazing record-keepers. Not only did they record births, marriages, and deaths, they kept extensive records on those who came into their local meetings and those who left. Transgressions by members of the community were publicly discussed and recorded, and as […]
Paul Anthony is the official host of the 50+ Comedy Tour. He's performed at top venues around the country, and is a proud member of AARP. Paul Anthony performs regularly at New York venues as well as at annual events like the Long Island Comedy Festival and Berkshire Comedy Festival. A real “character”, Rob Falcone […]
The Older Adult Ministry Committee of the Pennington Presbyterian Church will open the fall season of Brown Bag Lunch Programs on October 1 at 1pm on Zoom. The speaker is Robert A. (Bob) Karmazin, director of the Hopewell Township Police Department which serves Hopewell Township and Hopewell Borough. Karmazin will discuss what this position involves, […]
Pennington Presbyterian Church is inviting everyone to a Block Party on Saturday, October 2nd from 1 to 4 pm. This event will feature food, a silent auction, a corn hole tournament, and a scarecrow contest. Live music will be provided by the Jung Wombats, a fun, family friendly, interactive rock and roll band. Everyone is […]
Zoom for now, link can be found in the Agenda Center. When allowed, meetings will be held at the Municipal Building. Hopewell Township Municipal Building 201 Washington Crossing Pennington Road Titusville, NJ 08560
Teens (ages 14+) and their caregivers will explore the complex world of need-based and merit based financial aid. Caregivers and students will learn strategies for lowering their EFC (Expected Family Contribution), the new FAFSA rules, and tips for optimizing college admissions and scholarships. This program is led by financial and academic experts from My College […]
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